Re: TLE Request, somewhat urgent

From: Marc Bradshaw (
Date: Wed Jul 12 2000 - 12:31:11 PDT

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    I'm somewhat new to this, so forgive me if I'm wrong, but perhaps this
    is what you want:-
    (you may need to stick that url back together if your email client lobs
    it into two)
    Perhaps some of the more enlightened people on the list can tell us if
    this info is likely to be an accurate forecast. I sure would like to see
    the pair of them chasing across the sky.
    Best regards
    Marc Bradshaw
    > On Saturday, 07/15, I will be leaving in the very early hours of the
    > morning to go to northern New York, for a week, with an LM of +7 (!)  I'm
    > planning on taking 150 to 200 satellite predictions with me - including
    > those of Zvezda.  Will it be possible for someone to predict the TLE's
    > for this very important module for the next 7 to 10 days?  Like the
    > predicted elsets that Alan does for decayers, and what was done for the
    > last Space Shuttle mission?  I'd greatly appreciate it!!
    > Please take note that I must have the predicted TLE's by 0300 GMT, 07/15,
    > or else I will not have them until I get back (which means they would be
    > worthless then).
    > Please help in any way possible!
    > Thank you very much!
    > ---------------------------------------------------------------
    > Jonathan T. Wojack
    >     39.75 N     75.55 W
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